The Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology lab aims at identifying the main principles of multisensory processes and age-dependent plasticity in humans. We attempt to achieve this goal by combining psychological experimentation with neuroscientific methods. Our research is interdisciplinary, internationally anchored and independent.
Our research focuses on the basic functional principles of the human neuro-cognitive system, and thus has long-lasting benefits for the society by providing a basis of empirical knowledge upon which applied science can be conducted. We commit ourselves to the principles of good scientific practice, continuity, and always doubt what seems self-evident. Our funding is handled respectfully. We communicate our methods and results transparently within the group as well as towards others - locally, nationally and internationally – the science community and the public.
We seek to create a fruitful work environment: we encourage curiosity and demonstrate passion about our work; we support each other by focusing on individual strengths; we communicate in a supportive, cooperative, respectful, fair and honest manner; we honor balance between family and work. We aim to empower students to become independent researchers of their own, thus becoming multiplicators of our scientific endeavor.